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Urgent appeal for MindFreedom Ghana office space

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Please read the appeal letter from Celia Brown, MindFreedom Board President, to raise urgently needed funds to keep office space for MindFreedom Ghana open.

Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

I am trying to help one of our affiliates, MindFreedom Ghana to raise money for their new office. They are in need of $10,050 for rent. ($350 a month). MindFreedom Ghana will have to vacate by the end of January.  MindFreedom Ghana is one of our active MindFreedom Ghana is an affiliate of MindFreedom International. David Oaks and I went to visit them in April 11. Mfgh has worked for the past couple of years to raise awareness on the Convention on the Rights of People and Disabilities. They have particularly worked with people with psychosocial disabilities, families and other disability organizations in Ghana promoting human rights and anti-discrimination.  

Since time is of the essence. Please send your donations to the MindFreedom International USA office to the below address. On the memo line, please write MindFreedom Ghana. You can also donate on our secure Paypal site. http://www.mindfreedom.org/join-donate
 
Phone: 541-345-9106 & Toll Free in USA: 1-877-MAD-PRID[E]
Email: Office@MindFreedom.org, Fax: 480-287-8833
PO Box 11284. Eugene, OR 97440-3484

READ THE MINDFREEDOM GHANA APPEAL LETTER

MFI visit to Ghana 2011 - David and Celia

Photo from MindFreedom International's visit to Ghana in 2011. Identified: David Oaks, former MFI Director (center) and Celia Brown, Board President (right)

You can also give directly to their bank indicated on the letter of appeal. Donations of $50, $100 or more will go a long way in supporting MindFreedom Ghana.
 
MindFreedom wants to support MindFreedom Ghana in hiring a new office so they can continue their work with people with psychiatric disabilities. MindFreedom Ghana is a non-profit organization and donations are tax-deductible.

Thank you!

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Sincerely,
Celia Brown, Board President
MindFreedom International

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